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A Tigard man is reunited with his family after being stuck in Libya for a month, his name on the international no-fly list. Jamal Tarhuni went to his native country to deliver supplies for Tigard-based Medical Teams International.  He believes he was detained and questioned by the FBI because of his Muslim faith.  Tarhuni says he was never told why he was detained and questioned.  The FBI and State Department have not commented on the situation.  Tarhuni's friend, Mustafu Elogbi is still in Libya.  He too was added to the no-fly list.  He hopes to be allowed to return to Portland on Sunday.

 

 

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